The Rudolph Collins was created by Bach Nielsen at The Barking Dog bar in Copenhagen, as a part of a series of “advent calendar” cocktails the bar created for the days leading up to Christmas.
It’s a perfect holiday drink – it’s light and refreshing enough to cut through all those heavy meals, while the fruit and spice are reminiscent of all the lovely flavors of the season.
- 1 part Gin
- ¾ part Sloe gin
- ¾ part Lemon juice
- ½ part Cinnamon syrup
- 3 parts Sparkling water
Shake everything (except the soda) with ice. Strain into an ice-filled tall glass, top with sparkling water, and garnish with a cinnamon stick or a few fresh cranberries.
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- Rudolph Collins Recipe from Imbibe magazine